Vaccinations are your puppy's first line of defense against pathogens and diseases. When they're young, their bodies and immune system are still much more susceptible than when they're an adult. Due to this reason, most veterinarians recommend that you start vaccinating your puppies when they reach 6 to 8 weeks of age. Getting vaccinated can be a very scary experience for your puppy.
Here are 3 things that you can do afterwards to put them at ease and to confirm that the shots did what they're supposed to do.